Talk:Enstatite chondrite

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Inappropriate link removal[edit]

I do not agree with users Mannheim_34 and Ohnoitsjamie with their removal of any link to webpages hosted on a commercial website (almost any .com domain). I expressed my opinion here and here. I ask to the community: are these in your opinion links to "web pages that primarily exist to sell products or services, or to web pages with objectionable amounts of advertising"?

I don't want to start an edit war so if you agree with my point of view please restore any suitable reference removed [1] from this article. Thanks. -- Basilicofresco (msg) 21:41, 18 March 2009 (UTC)

Orbit of Abee[edit]

The article by Griffin et al. cited in the discussion of the Abee fall does not support the statement that "its original orbit [was] within the inner solar system, rather than from the asteroid belt." The two orbit solutions labeled as "acceptable" in Table I on page 12 give apogee values of 2.74 AU and 3.69 AU, both within the asteroid belt. Furthermore, the article states that "the meteorite was not subjected to temperatures or a cosmic-ray environment that might be found inside the orbit of Venus." I have removed the statement about an orbit within the inner solar system until a reference is available to support this claim. Piperh (talk) 15:52, 3 May 2009 (UTC)